Headache nausea back pain and dizziness?
See your health care provider as soon as possible (primary care doctor), for consultation. Usually it all begins with a simple headache but gradually leads to dizziness and nausea. Sometimes it can be vice versa, you may first experience the symptoms of dizziness and vertigo, like spinning and whirling of surroundings which lead to headache. It is often observed that both of these conditions are linked together. If you treat symptoms of one condition, you feel improvement in the other condition too. Dizziness is also often found to be a part of migraine. Such condition is medically known as migraine associated vertigo. In this condition, victim suffers with feeling of dizziness anytime before, after or during the headache. Partial loss of vision, loss of coordination, disequilibrium, ringing of ears, and severe nausea are some of the other symptoms that are associated with dizziness. A combination of headache dizziness and nausea could be a signal of some serious potentially life threatening condition. Internal brain injury, brain tumor, cancer or neurosis all could be the underlying cause for this signal. Cough headaches are an unusual type of headache triggered by coughing and other types of straining--such as from sneezing, blowing your nose, laughing, crying, singing, bending over or having a bowel movement. Doctors divide cough headaches into two categories. Primary cough headaches are usually harmless, occur in limited episodes and eventually improve on their own. Secondary cough headaches are more serious, as they're caused by structural problems within the brain, which may require surgery to correct. These preventive medications may include: Indomethacin, an anti-inflammatory drug Acetazolamide, a diuretic that reduces the production of spinal fluid Treating lung infections, such as bronchitis Using cough suppressants as needed Getting an annual flu shot Using stool softeners to avoid constipation Minimizing heavy lifting See a doctor for a proper diagnosis and treatment. I hope this helps you. And good luck.
Stomach pain, Nausea, Dizziness?
For about 2 months now, I've been getting sick. It first started out with me getting sick after I ate. It didn't matter what I ate (carrots, oatmeal, milk), I still got sick. Whenever I drink whole milk my stomach starts cramping and I have to lay down, but not 2% milk, ice cream, or sour cream, cream cheese, etc. My dad make me stop eating red meat and milk, and also made me take pro-biotic pills. I got slightly better. When I started school, I got stressed and it made my stomach worse. I went to my doctor and she took poop and pee tests, both which came back negative for everything they tested for. My symptoms are headache, nausea, dizziness, severe stomach pain (where I have to hunch over and hold my stomach to make it calm down), acid? (In the back of my throat, I feel like im about to throw up), and frequent potty problems (with undigested food in it). My doctor made me get a CT scan of my abdomen and pelvic area with and without contrast, and they didn't see anything wrong. I know I'm not pregnant, Im pretty sure the doctor tested that first, and nothing was seen on the scan (also, im on birth control). My doctor wants me to get a blood test and go to a gastroentologist. Also, my boyfriend and I got coffee at Dunkin Donuts today and we both got really sick (same exact symptoms listed above). Has anyone experienced these symptoms? Im starting to get worried.
Stomach pain, dizziness, nausea HElP!!!?
For about 2 weeks now I have been feeling sick. I used to beable to stuff my self of food and be fine. But now if I eat 3 small pancakes I get pain in my stomach. I eat a hotdog It hurts. Idk what's going on. I'm not exactly sure where my stomach hurts I feel like it's the left side but it has been all over. It comes and goes. This morning and many other times I have jut say there and felt so sick like I was gonna throw up and pass out. I am 22.... I actually thought I was pregnant there for a while too.. But I wasn't. I do drink alcohol quite often not all day every day but a couple times a week. Idk if it is some kind of flu thing going around because 2 of my friends are feeling the same way... We all took pregnancy tests all negative.. So idk what is wrong with us Any possibilities??? Stomach pain, light headed/dizziness, about to vomit (never have tho) Thanks
I have nausea, stomach cramps, headaches, dizziness and I feel so light headed, what is wrong with me?
I few nights ago I awoke from my sleep with a suddenly severe nauseous feeling. I ran to the restroom, in case I was about to vomit, but since I have a huge phobia of vomiting, I kept trying to psych myself out from actually doing it. I started pacing back and forth from my room to the restroom, trying to tell myself not to puke, I was breathing in and out slowly and heavily, it truly was so traumatic for me that I woke my mom up telling her that something was wrong with me. She gave me some nauseous medication, it didnt really work, my nausea lasted throughout the day, I sat around the house laying down, not eating, trying to force myself to puke, nothing was working. The entire day was one big blur. I was going and out of sleep, my nausea was going up and down, I didnt eat a thing, I even had to go into work for only three hours and even that was torture. That night before I went to sleep, I thought I was feeling a bit better. My stomach pains had slightly diminished but were still there. I went to sleep and awoke again with another panic attack except this time worst probably because I was starved all day. I was delirious and disorientated, I started pacing around again, breathing heavily, the sick feeling in my stomach came back, I woke my mom again and begged her to take me to the ER. She took me, and while I felt my best when I was there mostly because they gave me some anti nausea medicine through the IV, they said they couldn't find anything in my blood work and urine test. The doctor didnt really explain to me what it could be though, he prescribed vicodin and some anti nausea medication and sent me on my way. When I got back, I spent my time on the couch, laying down, trying to recuperate. I slept a little bit, but it wasnt a deep sleep. I drank some 7 up, had some soup and some crackers and a banana. I still feel sick and it's 2 in the morning. I want to lay down and try to get some rest but when I try to, my heart rate starts to raise. Because of how the last two nights have gone, I am afraid of experiencing another panic attack. Someone please help me. What is going on with me? Do I have a stomach virus, a tapeworm? If I haven't eaten anything big in the past days, why do I still feel sick? I took some stool softeners and have gone to the restroom twice, but I still feel sick.
What causes nausea, vomiting, headache, dizziness and fatigue?
Affected cardiac result: When your heart isn’t moving effectively, your blood pressure can drop. This can result in dizziness and vomiting.Anxiety: Extreme feelings of anxiety can lead to physical symptoms, such as dizziness and vomiting.Inner ear inflammation: The inner ear is dependable for serving to maintain balance in the human body. Infection in the inner ear can cause dizziness that leads to nausea and vomiting.Medications: Antivert is an antihistamine that is used to prevent and deal with nausea, vomiting, and dizziness triggered by motion disease. It may also be used to reduce dizziness and loss of balance (vertigo) triggered by inner ear issues.
What do these symptoms mean? earache,headache,dizziness,fat... etc..?
Your problems are caused by tight neck muscles. The neck muscles go to the top of your head where they connect to muscles going around your head. When the muscles are tight they pull the head muscles into pain and that's your headache. The muscles passed just inside your ears where, when tight, they can press onto the nerves going to the ears. Tight neck muscles will restrict the blood leaving the head to result in less blood entering the brain so there is less oxygen in the brain at this time. There are three stages of lowered oxygen levels in the brain and they are; feeling very tired; getting dizzy or light headed; and passing out. Tight neck muscles also are the cause of you feeling nausea, don't know why just that it's a common symptom. When you sat down at the computer you tensed up your body which caused the more intense problems you had. To get rid of these problems you have to free up your neck muscles and here's how to free them up: Neck Release: Place your hands behind your head touching your fingers. Press into the back of your neck with them and hold the pressure on them. After 45 seconds slowly lower your head until your neck is fully extended. Release the pressure but hold your head there for another 30 seconds. For best results relax your body first by taking a deep breath and exhaling then remain this relaxed.
Nausea, vomitting, dizziness, lightheadedness, pain in the stomach, headache, chills, sweating?
I have been getting sick since Christmas. I went to the doctor and they gave me samples of aciphex however my symptoms continued. I normally start feeling ill first thing in the morning or right before bed. I am constantly nautious and my stomach is tender to the touch. I get full quickly when eating meals. I normally feel bloated and extremely full after meals. When I do vomit my face gets hot, I get lightheaded, dizzy, I have the cold sweats, the pain in my stomach is more intense, the nasuea continues even after vomitting and I feel extreme fatigue. When I eat it feels as though the food is coming back up my throat or something is stuck in my throat and Ive recently been experiencing chest pain as well. Recently I vomitted and there were stripes of blood present in my vomit. I blew my nose after getting ill and my nose was full of blood as well. I'm getting so tired of being sick please help me with this condition. I want to get back to the normal Meg.
I am having jaw pain, headache, and nausea. What could this be?
This could be many things, you should see a doctor. Jaw pain (TMJ/TMD), Headache, and Nausea, all at once, are extremely common during a migraine. TMJ (temporomandibular joint) Photo credit MayoClinic In a study of TMD patients, "migraine was the most prevalent headache (55.3%) followed by tension-type headache (30.2%)". Tension-type headache is a "normal", every day headache. Study link So migraine is extremely common in TMD patients and is also associated with nausea more than regular headaches.Other things such an aura (visual disturbances), headache lasting more than 4 hours, photophobia (light sensitivity), & phonophobia (sound sensitivity) could make a migraine diagnosis more likely, but you don't need all those symptoms to have a migraine. I discuss the problems of migraine diagnosis vs headache here.Migraines can be triggered by inflammation of the trigeminal nerve, but migraines can also inflame this nerve. It is a vicious cycle. The trigeminal nerve can cause jaw pain and can also be caused by various sources of inflammation. Sleep apnea is often associated with both TMD and Migraine, and treatment of sleep apnea may help both conditions.While botox is used to paralyze the muscles around this nerve, trigger point therapy may relieve muscle tension, and various drugs help suppress inflammation this nerve brings, the root source of the problem, causing initial nerve inflammation, could be many, many, many different things.Seeing a doctor and reading more on TMJ/TMD and migraine is a starting point.